Bride of Diaz

Bride of Diaz A Passionate Attraction in Romantic Spain I have desired you since I first saw you and lifted you into my arms It is a feeling stronger than love se orita Laura s job as nurse companion to a widowed
  • Title: Bride of Diaz
  • Author: Patricia Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780373028566
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Passionate Attraction in Romantic Spain I have desired you since I first saw you and lifted you into my arms It is a feeling stronger than love, se orita Laura s job as nurse companion to a widowed Spanish condesa had come at an opportune time She found the Condesa delightful, but her arrogant son Rodrigo was another matter altogether With his outrageous demands an A Passionate Attraction in Romantic Spain I have desired you since I first saw you and lifted you into my arms It is a feeling stronger than love, se orita Laura s job as nurse companion to a widowed Spanish condesa had come at an opportune time She found the Condesa delightful, but her arrogant son Rodrigo was another matter altogether With his outrageous demands and wicked charm, he seemed to want to take charge of her life just as he oversaw everything else at the castillo But Sister Laura Marsh, the terror of the wards, would soon show him she was a force to be reckoned with Would she be able to resist him or would desire prove stronger than both of them When Laura s new life amid the grandeur of a Spanish castle was threatened by Rodrigo, the autocratic Conde de las Montanas, she determined not to succumb to his powerful temper But would she be strong enough to resist his will
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    2 thoughts on “Bride of Diaz

    1. Patricia Wilson b 1929 was a British writer of 53 romance novels in Mills Boon from 1986 to 2004.

    2. So cheesy right off the top, with the ninny heroine plunging her car into a ditch and the suave hero riding on his black Stallion like a busted up Zorro You are so fair, he purrs within five seconds of meeting her, and I am so dark The Devil is my Master and you, Angel, are about to be corrupted And off to the Castello Del Fuego, we ride, with our heroine sensually ensconsed onto her oozy captor s saddle like some medieval maiden kidnapped by her ardent knight.Okay, I may be paraphrasing a bit b [...]

    3. Aww too bad so sad, this book was not good It was the very last one on my TBR Patricia Wilson backlist, and I d been enjoying all her others so much, as she s one of my very favorite Harlequin authors I was getting sad as I neared the end of my stockpile and hoped this last book would be a gemUnfortunately, the Hero was overly melodramatic in quite the cartoony hot Latin blood master of all I survey way, and the heroine was the lamest nurse ever Her much acclaimed medical expertise consisted of [...]

    4. Every book of Patricia Wilson that I ve read, I ve liked This one was no exception, since it contains all the elements of the vintage alpha male and the kind, high principled although slightly obtuse beauty heroine If there was one thing that put me off, was the H s appearence way too much like Zoro, I think it bordered on the ridiculous Further, he seemed a little too attached to mummy, not allowing her to go through a life saving operation in case he lost her Thankfully his mom is an angel an [...]

    5. A chilling tale of how a confident woman with a promising career puts herself in danger because she d quite like to get it on with a Medieval throw back.Laura leaves a very good job as a Sister in a London hospital to take up a position as nurse companion to a Condesa who lives in a castle and has a heart condition Laura is independent and isn t sure she wants to marry Doctor David, because she doesn t want to have sex with him She s starts to feel pressured because all her friends keep telling [...]

    6. I am in your net as you are in mine, he breathed, his arms enclosing her gently We will live together and die together, peque a, but we will never be apart Bride of Diaz is the story of Laura and Rodrigo.Do you love crazy obsessed heroes, who remain celibate for the heroine, fall instantly in love, relentlessly chase the heroine to marry her and vow to never give up If yes, the Patricia is your author to love Rodrigo, or Conde de las Montanas sees his mother s nurse Laura Marsh walking on his gr [...]

    7. I have needed it since I first saw you, since I stood stunned and humbled at the sight of your perfection so fair, so beautiful, so far from my grasp I knew then why I had sidestepped my obligations, why I had never married I had waited for my dream, for the other half of myself Everything was over the top silly And it was a tad bit too cheesy for my taste But nevertheless, I enjoyed this book especially when Rodrigo confessed.

    8. He was very OTT If you ever leave me, I will find you and kill you First time I read that in Harlequin, I can see how he might be too much for some people but not for me It did shock me and obviously in real life I would be terrified of him.

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